Debonair Languages provide services to the Education Sector

Why Debonair

Cultural Sensitivity

Examination Support

Employment

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Why Debonair

Debonair Languages have been working hard to develop trust and respect between us, our clients, our interpreters and other specialist linguists. We believe that together we can build strong bonds through languages, connecting people who need help with those who can support them.

Since Debonair Languages was created in 2008, we have provided translation and interpretation for the public and private sector offering more than 400 languages thanks to more than 2,000 linguists based all over the UK.

Cultural Sensitivity

Debonair Languages help to engage with children, vulnerable individuals and communities to guarantee their insertion in the British education system, whilst helping schools get funding and save money.

Our linguists follow our code of conduct to remain accurate, impartial, and ethical when fulfilling assignments that include the students, parents, teachers and other members involved.

Moreover, to optimise the success of those assignments, we strongly encourage our linguists to follow Safeguarding and Prevent training as we believe it give more confidence to our linguists and it can be beneficial to the individuals and organisation involved.

Examination Support

Debonair Languages work with schools, universities and tutoring centres to supply linguists for verbal and written exams.

  • We translate documents for examinations
  • We run verbal examinations and tutorial discussion
  • We supply linguists with experience in the education system

Employment Opportunities

Debonair Languages support Universities and further Educational Programmes.

We offer opportunities for students to gain qualifications and experience in a professional setting by becoming freelance interpreters.
Students earn money and experience while pursuing their studies.

We also take on apprentices on regular basis, which is another great opportunity to learn and develop a career.